The Halliday Clark designed Highfield Coach House project in Ripon received several awards at the Ripon Civic Society 2016 Awards including Best Project, Best Restoration Project and the Sustainability Award. The annual awards ceremony, which took place on Thursday 6 October, recognise good design, craftmanship and environmentally friendly schemes from the local and surrounding area. The scheme itself was completed in 2015 and was designed to meet stringent passivhaus standards. Further information regarding the project can be found on the scheme’s project page.
Emily Blowers of Halliday Clark has recently received the prestigious ‘John Edmonds’ award from Leeds Beckett University. The prize is awarded to recently qualified architects completing their Part 3 with the highest mark across their year. Emily was officially awarded the prize on Friday 3rd June at the University’s end of year show. We at Halliday Clark would like to formally congratulate Emily on her thoroughly well-deserved award as well as completing the long and difficult journey to becoming a Chartered Architect.
The charity bike ride (organised by neighbouring company Packetts in conjunction with One in a Million) took place over the weekend of 14th/15th May to raise money for the local charity that provides for disadvantaged children within the local area. Halliday Clark Director, David, successfully completed the gruelling ride covering a total distance of almost 200 miles split across two days, beginning at our offices in Saltaire with an overnight pit-stop in Masham and ending the ride in Bradford city centre. For further information regarding the event, please visit: www.oneinamillion.org.uk http://packetts.com/news-posts/packetts-tour-de-dales/ Featured Image (top) credit to Rob Freeman Photography
Halliday Clark has been appointed as the architect to Theatre Royal Wakefield to design an extension to the Grade II* listed building. Won through competition, the winning design aims to creates a highly flexible performance and rehearsal space including a bar and booking office and features a double height shop window allowing passers-by to view deep into the building and witness the movement of performers within. Planning and listed building consent is due to be submitted in February 2016. Further information regarding the scheme has been published in the AJ Online.
Halliday Clark is pleased to announce that the company’s 35 Ben Rhydding Road scheme has won a RIBA Yorkshire Award in recognition of its architectural excellence. The awards ceremony took place on the 23rd April 2015 featuring a number of high profile schemes amongst the compeition such as the First Direct Arena in Leeds and The Gateway Project, Sheffield Cathedral. The competion judges had the following to say about the project: This plan is atypical to its arrangement on the site, however immediately on arriving at the house, its siting on a north-facing slope at the foot of a spectacular… Read more